STEVEN ADLER Holding Out Hope For GUNS N' ROSES Reunion

Gary Graff of reports: With the big "Appetite For Destruction" 20th anniversary show behind him, original GUNS N' ROSES drummer Steven Adler is looking forward to taking his ADLER'S APPETITE band worldwide. But he's also holding out hope for a blowout reunion bash with his former bandmates.

"I believe I made it this far for some reason," Adler tells "I want to finish what we started, and ... with the love and support I got from those guys, I think we can (reunite). I'm gonna leave it up to Axl [Rose]. That's gonna be Axl's call, and I love Axl and I know he'll make the right call."

At Saturday's (July 28) show at West Hollywood's Key Club, Adler and company were joined by Gunners Izzy Stradlin and Duff McKagan, while guitarist Slash watched a few songs before leaving for a prior commitment.



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